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How a parent corrects a child’s behavior is always a hotly contested topic. From punishment to timeout, to taking privileges and things away, to using timeout, every family does it differently.
Is it just me or are a lot of parents cranky, rushed, frustrated & resentful these days? Has this ever happened to you? The alarm goes off & instead of slowly waking up your mind snaps into action...
If you have more than one child, you’ve experienced sibling rivalry. Parents tend to want any and all sibling disagreements to just stop now. The truth is sibling disagreements can be beneficial.
You’re mystified as you watch her in action and want to scream, “Stop behaving like that.” Sounds, like I’m talking about a child, right? I’m not; I’m talking about an over-involved parent.
Nothing in parenting remains the same from day to day—nothing except the presence of feelings! Feelings are part of life, part of being a child, and definitely part of parenting.
There is no way to explain to a child that mommy and daddy’s plate is fuller than it’s ever been. Here are 7 ways to calm down after an exhausting day, so maybe you won’t have any 'splainin' to do!
This articles shares a big mystery, why a child stops listening when a parent is yelling at them.
Arguing happens in most homes. Parents just want it to stop. Find out what you need to know about arguing and why to help your child refine her communication skills versus punishing her for arguing.
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